Grateful Dead Live at Nassau Coliseum on 1992-03-13
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- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
ACM>DAT>CDR (Nak 700Âs>Sony D-3); via Paul; Seeded to etree by Tony G
- 2004-04-28 14:53:09
- Uniondale, NY
- Nassau Coliseum
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: Hey, all Dead shows are worth listening to
Subject: Present, not as bad on tape as live
Listening to it now, makes me wonder who was doing all that screaming and hollering in the audience. Sounds much better on tape than it did live.
Not worth your time really, but a bad dead show is still better than a good day at work for most people...
Subject: Friday the 13th....20 years later!
Still get chicken-skin listening to these shows!
The train horn simply blew everyone away and then closing with Box of Rain..make up call for Waving?
I truly miss the good ol' Grateful Dead!
Subject: I have (at the moment) the Set I video
Maybe arc.org would like to fix the following?:
The shn file for Space also includes The Wheel - which is also a separate shn file.
The embedded player says Drumz is 4 seconds long ...
Subject: thhis was my 30th birthday show!
Scared me half too death it was so damn loud!
Subject: Wave Good-bye!
Subject: dat mistracking
Subject: cold and rainy friday the 13th
was good 1st set and the sound here is pretty good
i would have to say overall it was average for this
tour i stayed at the howard johnson up the road, i usually stayed at the marriot connected there but
couldnt get a room my room had a hot tub and we steamed it up after a good jerry show lol
Subject: Choo Choo
Subject: Great First Set
Now I love Phil...but let me tell you...Wave to the Wind is a train wreck of a tune...there's no possible way to pack more maj7 or min9 chords in the space of 7 minutes...
Quality is great, good show overall.
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